Virginia Tech vs. Miami (FL)

The Miami Hurricanes (2-3) will do battle with a fellow ACC team when they go to the Virginia Tech Hokies (2-4) on Saturday, October 15, 2022 at Lane Stadium. We have more info below, and that includes how to watch this matchup on FuboTV.

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Betting Information for Miami vs. Virginia Tech

Miami vs Virginia Tech Betting Information

Favorite Spread Total
Miami -8.5 48

Miami and Virginia Tech Stats

  • Miami has averaged 6.8 more points this season (32.8) than Virginia Tech has allowed (26).
  • Miami has committed three more turnovers this season (8) than Virginia Tech’s defense has forced (5).
  • Miami has allowed 21.8 points per game this year, about the same amount as the 20 Virginia Tech has scored.
  • This year Miami has forced nine turnovers, and Virginia Tech has turned the ball over nine times.

Miami Players to Watch

  • Tyler Van Dyke has thrown for 1,303 yards (260.6 ypg) to lead Miami, completing 64.2% of his passes and collecting seven touchdown passes and four interceptions this season.
  • The team’s top rusher, Henry Parrish Jr., has carried the ball 78 times for 375 yards (75 per game), with four touchdowns this year. He’s also caught 14 passes for 95 yards (19 per game) and two touchdowns.
  • This season Thaddius Franklin Jr. has racked up 40 carries for 170 yards (34 per game) and five touchdowns.
  • Will Mallory’s 242 receiving yards (48.4 yards per game) lead the team. He has 20 receptions.
  • Keyshawn Smith has put up a 192-yard season so far (38.4 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns, hauling in 12 passes.
  • Michael Redding III’s 14 grabs have yielded 183 yards (36.6 ypg) and one touchdown.

Virginia Tech Players to Watch

  • Grant Wells has thrown for 1,256 yards (209.3 ypg) to lead Virginia Tech, completing 58.8% of his passes and recording six touchdown passes and seven interceptions this season. He’s also figured in the ground game with 113 rushing yards (18.8 ypg) on 41 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
  • Keshawn King’s team-high 257 rushing yards (42.8 per game) have come on 43 carries, with two touchdowns this year.
  • This season Jalen Holston has rushed for 152 yards (25.3 per game) on 48 carries with two touchdowns.
  • Kaleb Smith’s 402 receiving yards (67 yards per game) lead the team. He has 25 receptions with two touchdowns.
  • Nick Gallo has reeled in 19 passes for 138 yards (23 yards per game) this year.
  • Da’Wain Lofton’s 12 receptions have yielded 119 yards (19.8 ypg) and one touchdown.

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